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August 1, 2015

Insert Your Favorite Weekend Joke Here.

so incredibly sad: this is how 3 generations answer the same question

he chewed all the bubblegum. he kicked all the ass. he made my childhood fun. so long rowdy roddy, we hardly knew ye.

your weekend boob dump: one - two - three - four - five - six - seven - eight - nine - ten - eleven - twelve - thirteen

July 31, 2015

Well, It's Friday Afternoon, You May As Well Just Pull The Damned Thing.

The mathematics of pendulums are in general quite complicated. Simplifying assumptions can be made, which in the case of a simple pendulum allows the equations of motion to be solved analytically for small-angle oscillations. A so-called "simple pendulum" is an idealization of a "real pendulum" but in an isolated system using the following assumptions: The rod or cord on which the bob swings is massless, inextensible and always remains taut; The bob is a point mass; Motion occurs only in two dimensions, i.e. the bob does not trace an ellipse but an arc; The motion does not lose energy to friction or air resistance.

So I have a question for my 1911 fans. And this comes from my very limited experience with trhe platform, since the only one I own is this old Colt 70 Series that, according to the serial number, was manufactured sometime in March of 1979. My question is this -- and I'm talking exclusively about standard commercial production models chambered in .45ACP -- no custom builds, no special anniversary editions. With the exception of the grips, gun is entirely metal; no polymers, no plastics. And while I understand that not all metals are created equal, how much differenbce can there really be between the different prices? Does a Wilson Combat CQB Elite Classic for $4,000 really shoot 12 times better than a Turkish manufactured Tisas Zig for $329. Is the fit and finish really that much better?

Baileys Irish Cream was created by Gilbeys of Ireland, a division of International Distillers & Vintners, as it searched for something to introduce to the international market. The process of finding a product began in 1971 and it was introduced in 1974 as the first Irish cream on the market. The Baileys name, and the R.A. Bailey signature, were fictional, inspired by the Bailey's Hotel in London, though the registered trademark omits the apostrophe. Baileys is produced in Dublin and under contract in Newtownabbey.

When someone told me there was video of a fan running up to Ronda Rousey and almost grabbing her ass, I thought that fan was going to get laid out especially considering she's all amped up ready to beat the living piss out of Bethe Correia tomorrow night. But it turns out the kid just got lucky.

Ernie, That is a UH-72A Lakota, ie a EC-145/BK117-C2. Happen to know because I fly them. It could very possibly be one of these helicopters here. Active and the Guard both fly them so it could be taken anywhere, but the pads at NTC match the one in the picture. Naaman

Hey Ern, that nice young lady is sitting on a Eurocopter UH72 Lakota, the military version of the EC145. Keep up the good work! John

Oddly enough someone had just sent in this video containing highlights from the 2014 Budapest Airshow; the helicopter at the 1:20 mark and again (especially) at the 1:55 mark left me sitting upsight in my chair saying, "Daaaamn!" So I decided to do a little research on it, and it turns out that Red Bull pilot Chuck Aaron showing some shit on a 40+ year old Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm Bo 105. The helicopter design -- the Bo 105 -- was later developed into the Eurocopter 135. The Eurocopter 135 was later developed into the Eurocopter 145, the platform on which Naaman's UH-72A Lakota is based, and we have come full circle.

JK Simmons is an American actor of film, television and stage, best known for the television roles of Dr. Emil Skoda on the NBC series Law & Order, neo-Nazi Vernon Schillinger on the HBO prison-drama Oz, and Assistant Police Chief Will Pope on TNT's The Closer. Schillinger is one of the most powerful and feared inmates in Oz. As leader of The Aryan Brotherhood in Oz, Schillinger controls most white inmates and has a reputation for ruthless brutality and rape. He is shown to be a high-ranking member of the Aryan Brotherhood outside of prison, thus giving him power outside of Oz through a vast network of allies. Most people don't know that JK Simmons is also the voice of the yellow M&M.

Surprise your taste buds with the sweet, delicious taste of Ocean Spray's Craisins Dried Cranberries. Made with real fruit and good as a snack or in a recipe, they're naturally fat-free and cholesterol-free. Plus, they're a good source of fiber and 1 serving of Craisins Original dried cranberries meets 25% of your daily recommended fruit needs.

Hey Ernie, Yeah those pillars do look familiar, the pic is from the 2015 London World Naked Bike Ride, and the building is the National Gallery. Here are some more pics of that prestigious event, including another shot of her (about 22 down) outside the Westminster Tube Station. Tim

Well, what made me think that location looked familiar is this photo from March 17th of this year. Butsince I spent a good portion of this mrning watching Vegas Vacation -- who would have thought Cousin Eddie and Randy Quaid are one in the sam -- I figured it's time for another Las vegas Challenge. Show me what hotel is offering such a warm WELCOME!

Every Christmas there are two games I always like to feature. The first of course is Don't Shoot Your Eye Out, because hey, who doesn't love A Christmas Story? Seriously, who doesn't love A Christmas Story? Tell me who, and I'll fucking kill them. Anyway, the second is Light Up The Christmas Tree, which while not exactly unique in its premise, is an extremely simple and yet somehow super fucking addictive gave. So hey, mid year here's a game similar to the Christmas Treet one, called Glow Path. Very similar to Christmas Tree, only instead of spinning the pieces, you slide them around like you would a child's puzzle. Enjoy!

And remember, 'tis the season to carry around some sort of carbide tipped glass breaker.

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July 30, 2015

Hunting For A Purpose I Can Get Behind. But Sport Is Not A Purpose.

Remember earlier this year, when there was a sanctioned hunt for a rhinoceros in Africa? Some big game hunter from Texas paid $350k for a hunting sanctioned permit to fly over to Africa and shoot an older rhino male that was wreaking havoc on his herd; he was past the breeding age so he couldn't propogate the species anymore, he was killing or injuring all of the other younger males along with any offspring they happened to produce, and wounding females in the process. The sanctuary that cared for the herd needed both the old bull removed, plus financial resources to support and protect the remaining members of the herd.

Now you'd think if some rich benefactor had such a problem with this -- yes Ricky Gervais, I'm looking at you -- they would step in, pay to have the cantankerous old bull airlifted to some zoo or sanctuary somewhere, then make a donation to see to the rest of the herd's welfare. But that never happens. It only seems the hunters are the ones willing to open up their pocket book. Everyone else is all talk and tweets. So in the instance of the rhino what the hunter did was -- whether we like it or not -- to the benefit of the herd and contributed to the longevity of the species. He culled the one animal that posed the greatest threat to the herd, plus the money he paid for the hunting permit was used to pay for all sorts of resources (jeeps, cameras, gps, veterinary care, etc) to protect the rest of the herd. I see absolutely NO PARALLELS between that rhino hunt and this recent lion hunt, and neither does the Dallas Safari Club, which is the group that organized the rhino hunt. Trusting his guides or not, this dentist is a cock.

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is the largest charity that saves lives at sea around the coasts of the UK, Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man as well as on some inland waterways. Considerable effort is put into training and education by the Institution, particularly for young people; more than 6,000 children a week are spoken to by education volunteers about sea and beach safety, and over 800 children a week receive training. The Institution has saved 140,000 lives since its foundation, at a cost of more than 600 lives lost in service. Coastal Spring bottled water, sold in the United Kingdom, helps to raise funds and create awareness for the RNLI.

While GoPro cameras are supposedly built to be durable for most sports, they are no match for an extremely shitty golfer's fairway shot with what looks like a low iron.

Morning Ernie, Was reading your page as normal and spotted the picture of the woman with pierced lady garden in a shopping trolley. Your commentary on this picture was telling me about a Cafeteria company that had split into various parts, and whilst interesting, I could not help notice that the Morrisons in question is actually a supermarket chain from the north of England. Alas, as the photo is a night time shot, and the chain in question have a pretty generic building style, locating that specific store is nigh on impossible. And also, the guard in the hut, would be harder if the Jpeg was not called guardatpraguecastle. Keep up the good work, Lawrie

Au contraire, mon frere! Yes, I did indeed identify the location as the Prague Castle, the very first results in a reverse image search would yield you that info... but which guard shack is it? It's not the ones located at the main gate. Nor is it one of the two that secure the eastern entrance. Ya see where I'm trying to steer you towards? There are several more to choose from so... which entrance is it?

Having learned how make the croissants, Starbucks no longer needs the croissant-maker La Boulange. Instead the Seattle-based coffee retailer will close all 23 of its La Boulange bakery-cafes in the next three months, saying the stores "weren't sustainable for the company's long-term growth."The cafes, known for their French-inspired decor and menus, and the pink envelopes that now cup pastries sold at Starbucks stores, are favorite breakfast and lunch spots in the San Francisco Bay Area. Starbucks bought Bay Bread and the La Boulange brand in 2012 for $100 million.

I've done a little searching on the subject and everything I've turned up says the The Syracuse Lakefront community is closed down, so I doubt if you'll be able to find that door on Google Streetview. But hey, nto evcery challenge has to involve Google Maps in one form or another. For example, I want to see if anyone can identify that model rescue helicopter this is.

Hey Ernie, The Guard Shack is at this norhtern entrance to the Prague Castle in the Czech Republic. Anyway more pics of that hot bod here . Keep 'em coming, Tim

Probably not what you're looking for as far as answers on Sandra Bland, but maybe another piece of legal info. Jon

Actually, the author had me nodding my head in agreement with the byline: Arguments about legal rights are best conducted in court, not at roadside. BOOM. Anyway. Remember those Choose Your Own Adventure books from when you were a kid? You know, if you want to climb the staircase turn to page 17 or if you want to open the old wooden door turn to page 26, kind of shit? Well this game is like that, only with big tits. You're welcome.

If you were quick enough to scoop up that $50 Cabelas card for $40, that I mentioned last week, they just got a bunch of CCI .22LR in, and offer $5 shipping. Unless of course you live near a store, in which case to hell with you and your shipping avoiding ass.

According to Pinellas County municipal codes, it shall be unlawful for any person over the age of four years old to appear nude in any county-owned or managed land, including but not limited to, appearing nude to sunbathe, subject to the following exemptions: (1) In a restroom, locker or shower facility, provided that no person over the age of six shall occupy or enter any restroom, dressing room, bathhouse, or other structures which are reserved or designated by the department for the exclusive use of the opposite sex without adult supervision. (2) In a privately owned, fully-enclosed, temporary dwelling used for camping at camp sites. (3) When the conduct of being nude cannot constitutionally be prohibited by county ordinance because it is otherwise protected pursuant to the United States Constitution or the Florida Constitution under existing judicial decisions. (4) When a mother is breast-feeding her baby, and then only the extent reasonably necessary to allow breast-feeding.

July 29, 2015

"This Life's Hard, But It's Harder If You're Stupid." - Steven Keats.

Here's a Sandra Bland related question I've posed to no less than five FB threads and up until this morning, had yet to get anything close to a solid answer on. The encounter usually unfolds something like this: "Thread: Since Bland's traffic stop was completed, it was absolutely wrong/illegal/unprofessional for that cop to ask her to step out of her car." "Ernie: Can you tell me what event qualifies as the legal conclusion of a traffic stop?" "Thread: No, not really." Yet despite this very clear question, everyone instead seems willing to offer an opinion on whether or not the officer was (un)justified or (un)professional or if his request was (il)legal or whether or not she was unfairly delayed. And those are certainly important issues, but they don't answer my question. And this isn't a trick; I don't have some "AH-HA!" trap waiting to spring on the person who gives me the answer. I'm asking an honest question and hoping for an *informed* answer. If Bland's traffic stop was concluded, then the sequence of events must have crossed some sort of legal threshold; I'm merely asking what that threshold was? Or would have been?

Some people have pointed towards this article for the answer, but that raised even more questions. "His right to detain her ended the minute he was done with his traffic investigation and written the ticket or warning. At that point, the detention became unlawful." What does that vague, open-eded statement even mean? Viewed through a wide angle lens I suppose it's true, but I'm looking for the specific event that fulfills both sides obligations. Surely the author can't mean that even while sitting in his patrol car, the instant the officer's pen left his citation booklet, the traffic encounter was concluded. That would be like saying, "a pilot's job is over once he lands the plane." It's not. The instant the plane's wheels tough the tarmac, the pilot doesn't throw his hands up and says, "Okay my job is done what's for lunch?" There's so much more to it. Slowing the plane down, radioing the tower, taxiing off the runway, identifying what gate is his, getting there, shutting down the plane, opening the doors, ushering off all of the passengers, and shutting the doors.

So my question was, did anyone know the actual specific event that signals the legally defined end of a traffic stop? Is it when the driver takes receipt of the citation? Is it when the driver signs the citation? Is it when the officer received back the signed copy? Is it some verbal cue (goodbye, you are free to go, have a nice day, drive safely)? Is it when the officer begins to walk back to his patrol car? Is it when the driver rolls up their window and/or drives away? Eventually, a LEO acquaintance (who shall remain nameless) offered the following answer...

"A Tier 2 encounter ends once the officer concludes the investigative detention. THE SPECIFIC EVENT IS WHEN THE DETAINEE IS GIVEN BACK THEIR PROPERTY, USUALLY ID, AND TOLD THEY ARE FREE TO LEAVE. After the detainee is released. If the citizen elects to converse with the officer, its a Tier 1 (consensual) encounter. At that point, if the officer develops [reasonable articulable suspicion] it becomes Tier 2 again."

Armed with that information, if we review the dash cam footage again, fast-forwarding to the 8:30 mark when the officer exits his patrol car and returns to Bland's drivers side window, he seems to be preparing to return her property (drivers license, insurance, and citation) her when he asks if she is okay and she starts off on her, "I'm waiting on you, this yo job..." tirade. A few seconds after that, it's step out of the car please. So if I interpret both the Tier 2 explanation and the video correctly, the traffic stop was NOT concluded, and the officer was within his discretion to order her out of the vehicle. So I guess here's another painful truth about life: it's also a lot harder when you' act like an asshole. And no, it wasn't John Wayne who originally said that.

Now if I were to challenge you to find this sign, it would be way too easy. A quick Google search for "route 1 mile marker 0" and you're staring at this. No real challenge there, amirite? So instead I'm going to challenge you to find this guard shack; and pay attention to the square steps that lead up to it.

Something I need in my life: a portable pizza oven that cooks pizza in 118 seconds. You're welcome.

Morrison's Cafeterias was a chain of cafeteria-style restaurants, located in the Southeastern United States with a concentration of locations in Georgia and Florida. Generally found in shopping malls, Morrison's primary competition was Piccadilly Cafeterias. It was particularly popular in Florida, with its high proportion of retirees. At its peak, the company was synonymous with good southern cooking and operated 151 restaurants under the Morrison's name in 13 states. By the mid-1990s, the new restaurant concepts — particularly Ruby Tuesday — were doing far better than the original cafeteria chain. Because of this, Morrison's decided to split the company into three new firms: Morrison's Fresh Cooking, the cafeteria chain including Ruby Tuesday and other casual dining concepts; and Morrison Health Care, which took over the food contracts for hospitals.

Hi Ernie, I believe these batteries are made by GP a Battery Giant in Hong Kong. I thought these were the GP1300 rechargeable but I think now the GP 2300 series is it, as it does not have a yellow stripe in the green . Cheers Man, Randy

Older style GP NiMH batteries. Mark


hi ernie. those look like duracell rechargables to me. Lyn

Those yellow and green batteries are Duracell rechargeables. Brad

Well, we're going to have to go to the photo finish on this one, since the race is too close to call. If we CSI-ZOOM-AND-ENHANCE the original image, I see what appear to be four characters/letters/symbols on the green portion of the battery. Not clearly enough to be legible -- although the character closest to the yellow portion does look like a "1" which certainly lends weight to the GP1300 theory -- but regardless, certainly four of something. Based upon that, I'm going to declare Randy and Mark the winners on this one. But you know, these pillars somehow look familiar. Didn't we just have a challenge for this location?

The Zastava PAP Semi-automatic rifle is a series of modern sporting rifles manufactured in Serbia by Zastava Arms company, and based upon the modified Soviet AK-47 and AKM assault rifles. he receiver of the M70 is 1.5 mm thick, compared to the 1 mm thick receiver of the AKM, making it more rigid. Likewise, the barrel is not chrome-lined, making it more accurate than a standard AKM, but at the cost of increased susceptibility to corrosion thus requiring more frequent cleaning. The third generation O-PAP M70 uses double stack magazines, bulged "RPK" trunnion, M-21 side rail, and comes with oiled surplus furniture. And it's a pretty sweet deal for only $574 plus shipping.

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi, is a herding dog breed, which originated in Pembrokeshire, Wales. They descend from the line that is the northern spitz-type dog; yet the corgi is one of the smallest dogs in the Herding Group. Pembroke Welsh Corgis are famed for being the preferred breed of Queen Elizabeth II, who has owned more than 30 during her reign. These dogs have been favored by British royalty for more than seventy years. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi has erect ears, and proportional to the equilateral triangle of the head. They should also be firm, medium in size, and tapered slightly to a rounded point. Pembroke Welsh Corgis can compete in dog agility trials, obedience, showmanship, flyball, and tracking and herding events. Pembrokes have an average life expectancy of 12–15 years.


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